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03-01-2010, 06:35 PM
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Originally Posted by 101st_fan View Post
Hall averaged 14 goals a season for us, played over 420 NHL games, and you call him borderline. We have 11 2nd rounders who have developed to the point of being NHL ready or at least getting a realistic shot ... 6 are either still in college, juniors, or their first two years of pro hockey. Of those 11 who have progressed far enough to get their shot at the NHL as a regular .... Weber, Hall, Klein all made it as regulars in the NHL with Hutch getting a couple of seasons before returning to the AHL with a pretty nice salary.
Hall is borderline because he's 28 and sitting in the AHL-- don't see how he is a success. Hutchison now counts becuase he's getting overpaid in the AHL too?

Let me phrase it a different way, Weber is our only 2nd rd success story. Sure, there are some fringers and hopefulls, but Weber is the only one making a positive impact in the NHL right now. Unless you consider Klein a solid player right now, then we have two.

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